President of the United States of America, Joe Biden, tested positive for COVID-19 this Thursday and presented “very mild symptoms,” as announced in an official statement by the White House. On 26 July, a bilateral meeting was planned with Alberto Fernandez,
Biden, 79, “Started taking Paxlovid”, from Anticovid pill pfizerand will self-isolate in the White House until he tests negative, official sources said, who clarified that he is fully vaccinated and who received two booster dosesSo it will “continue to assume all its functions” during this time.
“The White House will provide a daily update on the condition of the president as he continues to perform all functions of office while in isolation,” he said.
Biden’s meeting with Alberto Fernandez
Biden’s Kovid positive a few days before bilateral meeting with President Albert Fernandez, The next one is scheduled for 26 July in Washington, which will be the first one-on-one meeting after exchanges between the two leaders at various international forums and summits.
The meeting between Biden and Fernandez began after informal talks during a phone call in early June and the two leaders’ visits to Europe last month as part of the G7 summit.
It was originally agreed for July 25, but was later postponed by a day due to a request from the White House and moved to Tuesday, the 26th. It is not ruled out that the date will be retained, as the days of compulsory separation will have passed.
The official delegation for that meeting would include the Minister of Economy, Silvina Batakis, the Minister of Foreign Affairs, Santiago Cafiero, the Secretary of Strategic Affairs, Gustavo Belize, and the Ambassador to the United States, Jorge Argüello.